Even though the site here looks as though its been left alone, you couldn’t be more wrong.
The Outpost Show has been growing faster than I thought it would, and I’m currently in the midsts of finishing off a post about the Tomb Raider Suite Reception from April.
But for a while, I’ve been wanting to do a newsletter of short thoughts, but also with contributors.
Which is why The Outpost Issue is here!
It will be a fortnightly e-mail on a Friday, which will go to your e-mail of choice.
The main themes will be what Outpost has always been.
Alongside guest columns from great writers. At least I think so.
Subscribe right here, and you will receive the issue, until you decide its too much to take.
After a long lull, podcasts have made a massive comeback in the last 2 years. Nowadays, you can find almost any subject matter you like from them, and hear from podcasts that go from 5 minutes an episode, to a 4 hour marathon.
Last week I was asked to be on Tim Chaten’s podcast about iPads, and the episode came out last week.
It was a fun hour, where I explained further about how AirPower could work through an iPad Smart Case and power AirPods when closed, alongside using iPads in the workplace.
You can listen here.
This year, my hopes for iOS 12 will be earlier, mainly because the rumours usually come around this month, and rumours of a ‘Modern iPad’ hinted at from iOS 11.3 has now begun.
Even last week, news broke of Craig Federighi deciding on holding some features back for another year while they fix issues and refine other attributes.
Yet right now, we’re using the latest release of iOS 11, and embracing it. Now that both Christmas and New Year are over, there’s an amount of people who are learning the basics of iOS 11 from their new device given to them over these holidays.
But as I use the iPad and use some of the apps I’ve bought thanks to a post on MacStories, it’s made me think more of how that line between an iPad and a computer can blur.
There’s so many OS types with Apple that one more wouldn’t hurt.
There’ll probably eventually be tableOS, shelfOS, breadOS, everything that will manage what you’re using. It sounds crazy now, but also seems inevitable.
An iPadOS wouldn’t be a bad idea to fully embrace the device as a laptop replacement.
Five years on since I started watching it, and it begins once again this evening.
The latest event began tonight with Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy released last year on PlayStation 4, and ends next Sunday with Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Once again the event is raising money for the ‘Prevent Cancer Foundation’, with the aim to exceed last year’s record of $2.2 million dollars.
The schedule can be viewed here, while the stream itself and ways to donate can be seen here.
Technically, mobile ordering from your phone has been around for as long as the App Store has existed. But not when it’s been for delivering Gin to your table.
Sometimes an app comes along and you think that it’s been there all this time.
Going to a Wetherspoons pub in the week, I felt the same about an app they had released for the iPhone last March, followed by Android.
With Apple Pay launching and now common across the UK, only now the next step was their mobile ordering app.
It’s still not completely known how you use the app, regardless of how the company is pushing it with A1-sized logos of the app in their chains. So I thought I’d help.